What do we mean by efficiency? A holistic approach to reducing embodied carbon

Author: Ben Gholam

Date published

16 October 2020

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What do we mean by efficiency? A holistic approach to reducing embodied carbon

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What do we mean by efficiency? A holistic approach to reducing embodied carbon
Date published

16 October 2020

Author

Ben Gholam

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Free

Access Resource
Author

Ben Gholam

Ben Gholam describes the development by Price & Myers of a parametric benchmarking tool to allow engineers to produce scheme designs with the lowest embodied carbon.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
4
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Climate change Conceptual Design Issue 10

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